SIIA’s members-only 2009 Ed Tech Government Forum drew its largest ever number of industry executives
to learn about the Obama Administration’s education agenda, the ARRA stimulus and how they can better
address the nation’s education needs and priorities.
Thank you to 2009 Sponsors:
Texas Instruments (Presidential)
Red Rock Reports, SAS, and Classworks by Curriculum Advantage (Director)
2009 Conference Photo Album & Session Summaries (SIIA Members Only)
Thank you to the 2009 Speakers, including Keynote Speakers:
Mike Cohen, President, Achieve
The Honorable Rush Holt (NJ), U.S. House of Representatives
Marshall "Mike" Smith, Senior Counselor to the Secretary, U.S. Department of Education (ARRA Stimulus Presentation)
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Look Who Attended & See What They are Saying about the 2009 Forum:
“I think this is the best SIIA event of the year. It has real substance and never disappoints.”
- Alice Ray, Ripple Effects, Inc.
“SIIA outdid itself again this year! In a very fluid situation, SIIA found speakers who had deep knowledge of the current situation and its meaning for our industry.”
- Rob Foshay, Texas Instruments
“Excellent panelists and moderators and a time-efficient format.”
- Andrew Coulson, Mind Research Institute
“For anyone in the education industry who wants to get the inside info on federal initiatives and funding, this is the conference to attend.”
- Lisa Schmucki, edWeb LLC
Industry Executives and Education Leaders Attended SIIA’s 2009 Ed Tech Government Forum to:
Get to know the Obama Administration and U.S. Department of Education
Gain unique insights into new federal initiatives shaping the market
Learn how to translate federal funding and regulations into actionable market intelligence
Identify business opportunities and partners
Network with colleagues and national education stakeholders
Advocate for technology and industry interests before education policymakers